Friday, 2 January 2009

When Elections Come

Voting Rights
By Mark Cantrell


A vote is far too precious
To waste
Upon scoundrels.
Thus
Do our votes
Go disenfranchised,
Unless we are fools,
For no honest man
These days,
Is ever known
To stand.


Mark Cantrell,
Stoke-on-Trent,
29 November 2008




Copyright © November 2008. All Rights Reserved.

Category: POETRY

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